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MBTA to receive stimulus funds for BRT

Bus| May 5, 2009
The $114 million, two-stage project will provide a direct Silver Line connection from Dudley Station to South Station in Boston this fall, and replace an existing heavily-used bus route with faster, more reliable service.

Construction begins for Minn.’s first BRT

Bus| April 24, 2009
BRT Brief
Bus| April 15, 2009

Nashville MTA articulated hybrid buses enter service

Three of the six new buses entered service on route 26 Gallatin Road, which will become Nashville’s first BRT when other hybrid buses arrive and infrastructure improvements are made along the corridor, such as traffic signal light extenders and new bus shelters.
Bus| April 1, 2009

D.C. Metro debuts express service, hybrid buses

For the first time, more than 16,000 riders who board buses daily on the 16th Street Line in Northwest Washington have the option to ride a new limited-stop service.
Bus| February 18, 2009

San Diego MTS debuts NABI BRT ad campaign

Multi-media campaign includes 13 billboards around San Diego, bus shelter posters, door hangers and a photo contest.
Bus| February 5, 2009

Canada BRT project facing $52M shortfall

Plans for a BRT system in the Ontario area costing $259 million may be abandoned if funds do not come through.
Bus| January 14, 2009

GCRTA ridership rises for sixth consecutive year

Growth had not been predicted, due to service cuts and a 25-cent fare increase implemented last year.
Management & Operations| January 8, 2009

Pittsburgh bus to help fill commuter service gap

Costing $69 each way, the new Steel City Flyer service between Pittsburgh and Harrisburg launched successfully in November.
Bus| December 3, 2008

Greater Richmond Transit selects VHB for BRT project

The agency's first BRT line is anticipated to simplify operations and reduce congestion , while improving service to riders.
Bus| December 1, 2008

Streetcar Systems Ready for Resurgence and Hungry for Money

As numerous cities are looking to reap the benefits of implementing streetcar systems, such as urban redevelopment and enhancing pedestrian mobility, many face hurdles when it comes to qualifying for Small Starts funding. Portland and Seattle serve as models for other cities looking to build projects without federal help.

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